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NEW YORK: Standard Media International and New York Magazine recently co-hosted a media summit on the rapid convergence of new and traditional media at the Museum of Modern Art. Among the executives on the panel titled "Does Advertising Still Make Sense in a Post-mass Media World?" (from l.): Jay Chiat, chairman, Screaming Media; Jonathan Bond, co-chairman, Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners, Chan Suh, chairman-CEO, Agency.com; Jim Smith, CEO, Ground Zero; and Kevin Ryan, president, DoubleClick.

NEW YORK: Entertainment Weekly toasted its 10th anniversary with a party at Roseland. Here, Gerald M. Levin, chairman-CEO of Time Warner, joins musician K.D. Lang during a break in the festivities.

GREENWICH, CONN.: The Economist invited advertisers and agency folk to its 17th annual Economist Golf Classic at the Stanwich Club. One foursome stepping up to the tee included (from l.): Larry Reno, director of corporate communications, Credit Suisse First Boston; Jim Muck, account manager, Media First International; Tom Brookbanks, associate planning director, Media Edge; and Patrick Williams, advertising executive, The Economist.

CHICAGO: Magazine Publishers of America hosted a black-tie gala for its 19th annual Kelly awards for excellence in magazine advertising at Navy Pier. Attendees included (from l.): Christine Miller, exec VP-chief marketing officer, MPA; Jill Manee, publisher, Ad Age Group; Peter Bauer, publisher, People; Cheryl Berman, chairman-chief creative officer, Leo Burnett USA; Ed Kelly, new president-CEO, American Express Publishing Corp.; and Nina Link, president, MPA.

NEW YORK: Network of City Business Journals held a panel discussion with small-business stars at the Rainbow Room, with (from l.) George Conley, president, NCBJ; Bill Kash, president, Everybody's Inc.; Rene Diaz, president, Diaz Foods; Emma C. Chappell, chairman-CEO, United Bank of Philadelphia; Kent Taylor, president, Texas Roadhouse; Michael and Jennifer Rubin, co-CEOs, Petroglyph, with Jonah, the next generation; and Ed Baker, group publisher, American City Business Journals.

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